Littell, Robert
November 1927
New Republic;11/23/27, Vol. 53 Issue 677, p18
The article discusses the author's experience regarding his observations in a journey. He presents detailed description of his surrounding from the rainy and noisy environment, events in the train compartment and the areas he passes by. In addition, details of his travel with a small red car, nightfall journey in another train, means of sleeping for other passengers, morning observations and experiences in the long tunnel are further narrated.


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